The best way to thwart a breach is to assume a breach. Antimalware endpoint solutions such as Windows Defender utilize a pre-breach approach, acting as the gate keeper, examining files and memory for malicious content, and blocking them in real-time. This is a great first step, but pre-breach solutions cannot protect your business against well-funded, often sophisticated attackers using zero-day, social engineering, and non-malicious tools to gain access and control. A new post-breach security solution approach is required. Are you protected?
Join speakers Heike Ritter, Product Marketing Manager for Windows 10 and Raviv Tamir, Principal Group Program Manager on January 23 at 10:00 AM PST for in-depth demos and live Q&A as part of our webinar, The new post-breach approach to endpoint security. Learn how Windows Defender can help you better detect, investigate, and respond to threats lurking in and around your network.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- Why having a post-breach approach is necessary
- How Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection works and can provide post-breach support
- Details on how to start a trial of Windows Defender ATP for your organization